Join us at Bulli Beach Cafe and write letters for Amnesty International’s Write for Rights Campaign. Just bring yourself, a pen, and a passion for human rights!

Write for Rights is Amnesty International’s annual global letter writing event. At the heart of Amnesty International is this idea: that we are at our most powerful when we stand together for human rights. This is what the annual Write for Rights campaign is all about – Amnesty supporters everywhere creating change together.

We will be campaigning for,

  • Fomusoh Ivo Feh, a student from Cameroon facing 20 years for an SMS.
  • Indigenous peoples of the Peace River in Canada, struggling to save their ancestral lands.
  • Ilham Tohti, a university professor in China, jailed for life for fighting discrimination.
  • Shawkan, a journalist in Egypt, jailed for doing his job.
  • Johan Teterissa, a teacher in Indonesia, tortured and jailed for waving a flag.
  • Annie Alfred, a child from Malawi, hunted for her body parts.
  • Máxima Acuña, a peasant farmer in northern Peru, attacked by police for speaking out.
  • Eren Keskin, lawyer and former newspaper editor in
  • Turkey, arrested over 100 times for speaking out.
  • Edward Snowden, a US whistleblower whose courage changed the world.

We will be meeting at Bulli Beach Cafe between 9:30 and 11:00am. Let us know if you can join us, and create change from a cafe!

Event Contact

Bronwyn Bryceson

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Woman wearing an Amnesty International tshirt with the words Write for Rights printed on it, writing on a sheet of paper


Bulli Beach Cafe, Trinity Row, Bulli, New South Wales, 2516, Australia


December 10, 2016

9:30 am